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Association Management Leader CGi Announces New Executive Leadership Roles

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CGi Association, Membership and Event Management company serving nonprofit and business organizations in the U.S. announces the recent promotions of key leadership.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (PRWEB) August 01, 2018

CGi, LLC, an association, membership and event management company serving nonprofit and business organizations in the U.S., announced the recent promotions of key leadership. CGi has achieved rare annual membership growth – averaging 15% annually over the last 10 years for its clients including the American Case Management Association (ACMA). Client size ranges from 300 to 8,000 members. These recent executive promotions are important as CGi has specific goals and metrics for its clients and is positioning the leadership team to enable continued growth and success.

Deborah McElroy, MPH, RN, is a proven healthcare executive who joined CGi in 2017 to advance the practice of Case Management and Transitions of Care. In her expanded role as Senior Vice President, McElroy will oversee Practice Development, Education and Public Policy and will report to L. Greg Cunningham, CEO of CGi. McElroy brings a unique background in healthcare operations and executive roles in nursing and acute care hospitals, as well as local and national association management experience. The shaping of a professional practice requires definition and standards, education and competency measurement and advocacy regarding national legislation and regulation. Her experience, professional network and demonstrated facilitation of national subject matter experts are foundational to leading the future growth of CGi and ACMA.    

CGi has promoted Sandy McFolling, RN, MS, ACM, to Vice President for Practice Development and Chapter Relations. McFolling is now responsible for Certification Services assuming the executive leadership role of current and future certifications. She also has responsibilities for Continuing Education including the approval of nursing, social work and physician course offerings as well as compliance. McFolling continues to oversee ACMA Chapter Relations working with 31 U.S. based local organizations and members. In her expanded role, McFolling brings three years in ACMA leadership and 30 years of healthcare clinical and operational experience.

"CGi focuses on serving our clients strategically by listening to where they want to be and helping them advance and achieve their organization's desired goals," said L. Greg Cunningham, CGi CEO. "In selecting Deb and Sandy, I am aligning skill sets with needs and considering strategically who can help advance our clients and strengthen CGi services."

About ACMA
Founded in 1999, ACMA is the only professional membership organization created specifically for Hospital/Health System Case Management and Transitions of Care professionals. We provide quality resources, solutions and support for the practice of Case Management and Transitions of Care. ACMA Members gain education, community, networking and resources to advance professionally. Our national membership of over 8,000 members and 31 regional chapters is composed of a variety of professionals including administrators, nurses, social workers and physicians who coordinate and lead care for improved patient outcomes. For more information, visit acmaweb.org.

About CGi
For over 15 years, CGi, LLC has been an association and meeting management company serving clients in a variety of markets and industries with a specialty focus in healthcare and wellness. We offer an experienced staff and a wealth of knowledge in the areas of association management, event planning, sponsorship and exhibition sales, research, communications and marketing, public relations, government affairs and advocacy, chapter relations, certification and more. CGi works to facilitate and advance the operations of nonprofit and professional associations across the U.S with offices in Little Rock, AR, Nashville, TN, and Chicago, IL. CGi aligns resources, infrastructure and expert professionals to infuse membership growth, retention and satisfaction. For more information, visit CGiresults.com.

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